Hey everyone, we are back with latest information about what is happening in London during this weekend. If you haven’t planned your weekend yet then this post about “Things to do in London this weekend” will be a great help for you. We have collected the information about different things to do in London this weekend and we are sure that you will like this effort.
Well, without wasting any more time, let us get down to the business and tell you about the things to do in London this weekend 09-10 November 2013.
Saturday 9 November
There are plenty of events happening in London this weekend but first we will take a look at all the important events that are taking place on Saturday.
This is a one day festival called wordstock in which people come from all over the London to take party in writing at Free Word Centre. There will be different guests at the event too like David Parfitt, Kate Moss and Dick Mullender. The ticket price for this event is £72 and £62. The event will start from 9am in the morning.
There is an annual event that happens in London each year and it is called Regent Street Christmas Lights “Switch On” event. The road is closed for entire day due to fashion shows and there are a lot of fun things to do during this even too. There are retail shops, musical performances from Eliza Doolittle, Leona Lewis and Jahmene Douglas. The event activities start at 10am in the morning but the light switching on ceremony takes place at 7:15pm in the evening.
If you are planning for a family fun day on Saturday then you should take your little ones to this event. The event is taking place at St Pancras International station and the main purpose of this event is to provide help to the children in need. Different interesting things for children will be happening on this event like Face Painting, Picnics, Cookie Decorating, Treasure Hunts and much more. The entry to this event is free but you can donate to help the children in need. The timing of the event is from 10am to 4pm.
Sunday 10 November
Remembrance – On this day, the National Service of Remembrance will take place at Cenotaph.
Before Barack – Now this is something that is going to be interesting. In this exhibition, the African–American politicians of USA will be discussed and their portraits will be displayed but all those leaders will be those who were active before Obama. The event is free to attend. It will start from 10 November and keep running until 17 November.
If you are a poetry lover then Keats Feast is the best event for you on coming Sunday. You will be able to enjoy a delicious feast and also you will get to listen to some interesting poetry as well. The ticket for this event is only £30 and the event will start from 1pm.
Space Music is one of those things to do in London this weekend that are made for geeks. If you are a sci-fi person who is more interested in watching sci-fi movies then the romantic ones then Space Music is the event of year for you. The guys who are running this music band are so creative that they will blow your mind away. The ticket price for the event is £12.50.